The Friends of the Edmonds Library supports and promotes the Edmonds Library.
Established in 1979 by 15 founding members, we are a volunteer-run non-profit with more than 150 active members. We believe the Edmonds Library is a vital civic institution. Our work strives to connect the Edmonds community to the library.
Over 40 years, we’ve raised more than $450,000 to invest in programs and equipment for the Edmonds Library.
Edmonds Library staff members have responded to the COVID-19 crisis with resiliency and a laser focus on meeting the information needs of our community. The Friends are finding creative ways to adapt as well, and we would love for you to be a part of our work.
If you believe, as we do, that the Edmonds Library is a pillar of our community, please join us today.
Support the Future of the Edmonds Library — Join the Friends!
Between October and December, we plan to reach out to you, fellow Edmondtonians, to help us achieve our membership goals. We’re looking for at least 200 individuals, families, and/or businesses to join or renew their memberships in FEL and we’re hoping we can count on you.
Donations allow our volunteer-led organization to respond quickly to library needs, and to undertake projects that fall outside the established budget of our local library.
In our current economic climate, local budgets may be impacted, which could negatively affect our local libraries. Please help us protect our library and the many invaluable services it provides by making a tax-deductible donation today.
Thank you to our generous business sponsors. Visit our membership page for more information on becoming a business sponsor.